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British YPG volunteer Oliver Hall, known as Canser Zargros killed clearing mine in Raqqa
Tusk: The key to the UK's future lies - in some ways - in Dublin, at least as long as Brexit negotiations continue
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says "good progress" has been made in Brexit talks on the issues related to Ireland but the UK must offer "credible" solutions
Tusk announces in Dublin that Irish Government gets formal veto over Brexit sufficient progress - he will consult with Varadkar to sign off any move to next phase
President of the European Council Donald Tusk says the EU will refuse the UK's demand for talks on a post-Brexit transition and future trade pact if Ireland is not satisfied with its offer on border arrangements with Northern Ireland
UK govt to stay in EU air safety body in blurring of Brexit red line
Office for Budget Responsibility: solving UK's productivity crisis would outweigh consequences of Brexit
Risk of "destabilising" confidence and supply agreement over Irish border issue, warn DUP
Ireland says wants 'agreed wording' on Brexit border before December 14 summit
'You're right: We're a threat,' British Labour leader Corbyn warns Morgan Stanley
U.S President Donald Trump's 'working visit' to the UK has been cancelled as tensions with British PM May grow over the president's far-Right retweets.- Telegraph newspaper.
Sarah Sanders says she 'doesn't believe' that Trump knew the Britain First leader whose anti-Muslim videos he retweeted.
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On anti-Muslim videos retweeted by President Trump, @PressSec says "the president feels that bringing up important issues of our time, like extreme violence and terrorism, are important to do."
DUP says Brexit talks must not compromise integrity of UK market
London Stock Exchange says board unanimously recommends that shareholders vote against resolution to remove Donald Brydon as chairman at the meeting
London Stock Exchange says CEO Xavier Rolet is stepping down with immediate effect in 'best interests of the company'
"I'll take you out to dinner if @realDonaldTrump visits the UK" - @RhonddaBryant makes a bet with @KayBurley on the US President's state visit
DUP warns Government Brexit border issue could 'destablise' confidence deal
UK ambassador to Washington: British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far right, which seek to divide communities and erode decency, tolerance and respect. British Muslims are peaceful and law abiding citizens. And I raised these concerns with the White House yesterday
UK not afraid to point out when the US gets it wrong, says @theresa_may
Speaking in Amman, @theresa_may says the organization whose deputy was the source of the @realDonaldTrump tweets is hateful and seeks to spread division
Ireland says it needs significantly more clarity from UK on Brexit border
May says U.S.-UK relationship is long-term, enduring and in both our national interests. When asked about a state visit for Trump, says an invitation has been extended and accepted
Responding to US President Donald Trump's tweets, Prime Minister Theresa May said: "I'm very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do."
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When asked about Trump's tweet, May says Britain First is a hateful organisation which seeks to spread division
"By sharing it he is either a racist, incompetent or unthinking or all three," says a member of the UK Parliament about @realDonaldTrump's retweets of anti-Muslim videos
UK PM @theresa_may about to give statement addressing @realDonaldTrump's Britain First retweets. Unprecedented uproar in the Houses of Parliament today. Yesterday Downing Street said Trump visit to UK still stands
EU's Tusk to fly to Dublin Friday as Brexit deadline nears
Ireland's foreign minister Simon Coveney has been appointed the country's new deputy prime minister following the resignation of Frances Fitzgerald over her handling of a police whistleblower scandal
Home Sec Amber Rudd answering urgent question on online hate speech - says US President Donald Trump was wrong to retweet videos posted by Britain First.